The DOT usually has a very professional public input process with lots of posters, lots of people explaining. If people have minor changes that they can accommodate within their plan, they seem to be receptive. But even if 80-90% of the public input is opposed to the project - like putting Bragaw/Elmore through the university land - that won't stop what they want to do. They'll just put some make up on it, but they'll do what they planned. At least that's my experience.
Anyway, here's the notice. I'm not sure if there are any actual in-person sessions, I would think so, but if it's at the airport and you stay more than 30 minutes you'll have to pay for parking. Here's the press release:
Notice of Public Online Public Open House: Anchorage Airport Master Plan Update(Anchorage, Alaska) - Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) will hold an online public Open House from March 22 to April 5, 2013 to provide an opportunity for interested individuals to participate at their convenience. In the online public Open House, you can view the March 21st meeting posters and presentation and leave comments for the Master Plan Update team. The Online Open House will be accessible at www.ancmasterplan.com from March 22 to April 5, 2013.It is the policy of the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) that no person shall be excluded from participation in, or be denied benefits of any and all programs or activities we provide based on race, religion, gender, age, marital status, ability, or national origin, regardless of the funding source including Federal Transit Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Highway Administration and State of Alaska Funds.Persons who believe they may have experienced discrimination in the delivery of these federally-assisted programs or activities may file a confidential complaint with:Alaska DOT&PF Civil Rights Office
2200 East 42nd Avenue, Room 310
Anchorage, AK 99508
Telephone 1 907 269 0851
Toll Free in Alaska Only 1 800 770 6236
Fax 1 907 269 0847